CYC serves the city through our main office in Tenderloin—a neighborhood known for its economic challenges. Our largest programs, computer clubhouse, and weekly food pantry are all run from this office. In the Tenderloin, we also facilitate our afterschool program at Redding Elementary and participate in neighborhood street festivals.
CYC programs in the Tenderloin:
Young Asian Women Against Violence (YAWAV) is dedicated to the positive empowerment and development of API young women in San Francisco.
NCC provides support to youth who are English Language Learners by equipping them with life skills and knowledge to successfully acculturate in the United States socially and academically.
RISE UP! equips Transitional Aged Youth who are English Language Learners with skills and knowledge to navigate the post-secondary education and workforce systems.
Transition Opportunities and Programs for Success (TOPS) connects high-risk Asian and Pacific Islander Transitional Aged Youth (age 16-24) with caring adults and peers to help them successfully transition into adulthood.
The CYC Computer Clubhouse provides a creative and safe out-of-school learning environment for youth to explore their own ideas and acquire technological skills for personal, academic, and professional development.
Our Afterschool program at Redding Elementary supports students on a daily basis through homework and academic assistance, fitness and recreation, and enrichment activities that nurture growth and development.
Asian Youth Prevention Services (AYPS) provides school based support groups for at-risk youth in middle and high schools to prevent, delay, and reduce the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.